Sun, 10 October 2010
This episode's playlist:
• Ain't Nothin' But The Blues (5:35) by The Snake Charmers, from Been Gone Too Long (2008); available from CD Baby and iTunes. Visit TheSnakeCharmers.net, their ReverbNation page and their MySpace page for more information.
• Diamond Ring (6:08) by Moreland & Arbuckle, from 1861 (2008); available from the store at their site, NorthernBlues.com and iTunes. Visit KingSnakesBlues.com and their MySpace page for more information.
• Rollin' (3:33) by Maria Daines, a single obtained from Music Alley a long time ago. An album of Maria's music is available from iTunes: Treebone, as well as an EP entitled Brothers of the Road (both 2005). Visit Maria-Daines.com for more information about Maria and her partner (and guitarist) Paul Killington.
• Old Angel Midnight (5:26) by Brother Dege Legg, from Folk Songs of the American Longhair (2010); available from DegeLegg.com (scroll down and click the Reserve Your Copy Now link under the cover art), and iTunes. Visit DegeLegg.com for more information.
• Woolly Mammoth (4:03) by The Robert Farrell Band, from Sun House Fury - Part 1 (2003). To buy the CD, and for more information, visit Robert's site: RobertFarrell.com.
• Hoodoo Man Blues (6:14) by The Insomniacs, from At Least I'm Not With You (2009); available from DeltaGrooveProductions.com and iTunes. Visit this page at the Delta Groove site and The Insomniacs' MySpace page for more information.
• Caterpillar Whine (Long Line Skinner) (4:14) by Watermelon Slim, from Escape From The Chicken Coop (2009), available from NorthernBlues Music and iTunes. Visit WatermelonSlim.com for more information.
Mentioned during this episode: Facebook page for the Oct. 24th Guitar Raffle in Charlotte, NC, Charlotte Blues Society (look for the PayPal "Donate" button), Robin Rogers Benefit Central (in Facebook) and RobinRogers.com. To buy $5 tickets for the guitar raffle, send checks or money orders NOW to: Mike Dew, 135 Ferguson Ridge Road, Union Mills NC 28167 - make them payable to Tony Rogers. In other news, check out Motorsports Photography by Clark McInnis at ClarkMcInnisPhotography.com.
Music you hear on Murphy's Saloon comes to you courtesy of the artists and their labels. In addition, one of the following fine organizations may have provided assistance as an intermediary: IODA PROMONET, AirplayDirect, RadioSubmit.com or Music Alley.